Social Circling: The Tornado Technique

Social Circling: The Tornado Technique

Welcome to all the loyal BAP followers who have one man to thank for opening their eyes to a new world of excellence. The Player personally invited me to share some of my knowledge with you, but first let me tell you a little bit about myself, so that you can appreciate how I came to be.

I am an 8-time award winning date/personal coach from the North, home to probably some of the greatest legends in the pick-up community, it isn’t no “mystery” who they are (I believe the cold climate forces us into warming up the frigid women that we meet more conducively). I have been inducted into the Seduction Hall of Fame for my lifetime achievements, but all this really means very little to me.

I was a natural, a nice one at that. I used my looks, a combo of flair and social proof to meet many women. I was honest and it helped to carry on my wanton ways. I had women chase me and I could create a bidding war in the midst of friends, but this was all natural, no technique.

Then I met a girl on adultfrienedfinder, moved round the world, married, and then divorce struck my path. This led to my reacclimatizing into the single world, no problem one would think with my history. WRONG!

Without my social proof, I started to question the very foundation of what had made me successful, this led to a spiral in the opposite direction, until I hit rock bottom. My value was at an all time low, I was so needy that I could barely land an ugly girl, let alone find the girl of my dreams. I know what pain is and it has led me to today.

As a child, I was very introverted. I knew I had to change this, so I forced myself to be more social by attending theme parks on my own. I learned how to approach people, how to make instant friends, and how to be a person that attracted more people to his circle.

This is where the Tornado Technique was born and my understanding of Social Circles.

The biggest mistake people make when they meet new people is in their excitement they make too much of the meeting and its importance. They occupy people’s time and become a nuisance in thought. Who is this strange person? Why are they talking to me? Will they ever leave?

I found out naturally that it is better to hit and move, just like a boxer you get better with movement. I would open conversations, talk briefly and like a confident likeable person I would move on, and continue my activities.

The whole mindset was that I was this fun guy that liked to go to exciting places, even when my friends were busy, because I would always meet cool people like the person I was speaking to. Can you see the power in that frame of mind. To prove my social proof, I would after one ride of chatting to a particular person (I normally picked the group activities first as it was easier to meet a larger group of people), I would say, “Bye you guys are cool, I will see you later.” Then I would walk off to the next major group ride.

After awhile of standing in line meeting people by just budding in on their conversations or opening them, I would start to run into people again, that I had met earlier. They would see me with another group (Value Affirmation), I would turn wave, then put this group on hold as I would go over and talk to the other group about what they were up to(Value Affirmation). I would then introduce people, this allowed me to have a great deal of social proof as the conductor, and mediator. Especially if you combine groups, you become the Alpha of the group simply by being the link, to each (Value Raise).

I later adapted this into every segment of my social acumen, I frequented one of the largest nightlife entertain complexes on the planet with all clubs open it held over 15000 people in 8 Rooms/Clubs and I used this Club Circling Technique called the Tornado to whip up my social proof, value, and of course my success.

It is as easy as circling round, smiling, locking eyes with men and women and shaking their hand or giving them a high five, and saying it looks like you are having a great night. The simple technique of breaking their bubble which turns into, second time round they already know me, third time round it is like long lost friends, I keep spinning round until I whipped them up into a happy frenzy, where they just have to stop me because I continually whipped up their good emotions (High Value, High Demand).

My Social Circling techniques range from the very basic to very technical but the basis is all the same. Go around and meet everyone that looks cool, male or female. Open each group; never stay too long, the shorter happier opening is always the best; continue to rove around as if you were the Entertainment Director; go around and around until you have whipped people up into excitement (maintain a ½ hr window of them not seeing them); let the chaos ensue (Think Fun, Not Outcome).

Very few professionals in this industry can assure you of 90% or higher success rate in the most competitive environments on the planet. We at the Paragon Project can assure you that we have Circling Techniques that will secure contact information of every hottie, and every cool guy that you would like to go out and party with again, to keep this Tornado going.

Ask the best coaches how many numbers or contact information they could get on a good night? For the elite it is in the 25 people average range a night, I used to get hundreds, if I wasn’t too busy closing multiple prospects. It really is extremely simple when you know the fast and efficient way.

Just like in every other skill that you have learned for work or as a sport or interest, initially you have to be instructed, then practice, then perfect it. The same holds true for Social Circling as it is a skill that requires action.

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